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Gallery

A long narrow room or corridor that is notable for its scale and decorative treatment. Galleries were popular in medieval architecture as the place where people could congregate in a large building.

   
 
Château d'- Amboise - France (1500)
   
Cambridge - England
 
       
 
Loggia della Signoria - Florence - Italy
 
Château de Chenonceau - France
 
Château de Chambord - France (1518)
 
       
 
Hospital de la Santa Creu - Barcelona - Spain (1902)
 
Castle of Charles V - Seville -Spain
 
Galleria - Milan - Italy